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The last place in the Men's Money-in-the-Bank Ladder match was in another action packed episode of SmackDown Live Tuesday Night.
Originally planned by Daniel Bryan vs. Samoa Joe, the game would undergo a drastic change, thanks to the return of a certain seven-meter-tall superstar with eyes on the demolition of the leader of the YES! Movement
Tye Dillinger fought Shinsuke Nakamura, The New Day recorded The Miz and The Bar in a six-man tag team match, and the women's revolution ended in 2002 with a dance-off in which Naomi competed against Lana , [1
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Samoa Joe started the show, immediately claiming he would gain money in the bank and create a fear and anxiety over SmackDown that the WWE champion must endure. He vowed to involve Bryan in a fate worse than "forced retirement," and got Bryan's wife Brie and his daughter Birdie to have Bryan with them soon enough.
Bryan appeared and threatened to break Joe's legs when he mentioned his family
Big Cass interrupted the negotiations and had a revelation for the fans: The announced match between Bryan and Joe would not take place tonight. Instead, it will be Joe vs. Cass when the big man is medically cleared, and he will soon be evicted.
Cass then shot Joe and Bryan out of Money in the Bank's briefcase and got up, leaving Bryan and Joe bubbling.
The Joe Promo was awesome as it usually is, but the bait and switch nature of Bryan's booking against Joe is disappointing. Fans agreed to a dream game and were informed shortly afterwards that the match will now be a triple-threat match with Cass.
The Cass character is so boring, so calm and underdeveloped that it's hard to come after him
That he literally has no gimmick beyond his size does not do him any favors.
A slightly above-average promo segment that would be better if it were limited to Bryan and Joe.
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Tye Dillinger, the product of a Twitter war-of-words, fought in the singles match against challenger # 1 Shinsuke Nakamura.
During the break, Dillinger looked out but Nakamura caught him with one knee and The Perfect
Nakamura played the Last Man Standing goal for his match against AJ Styles and demanded that referee Dillinger postpone it while beating the Crowd played.
Dillinger could not make his comeback. Nakamura climbed the ropes, caught him with a flying knee from the middle rope and finished it with a kinshasa.
Shinsuke Nakamura def. Tye Dillinger
Analysis  Nakamura, who reworked the conditions for his upcoming match with Styles, was a great thing and contributed to a game that was much more one-sided than you'd expect.
Heel Nakamura is so much more effective than the Babyface version never really connected with fans. It remains to be seen if he will win the title in Chicago, but his work, against Dillinger, suggests that he should settle for the gold.
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Because the writing team apparently forgot it in 2002, Lana and Naomi met in a dance-off as they built the women's money-in-the-bank match.
Lana went first and drew an impressive pop while she did whatever she does. Naomi brought more energy and drew a nice pop. After a while, the participants danced inexplicably, just to show Lana her true face and drop Naomi.
The whole thing collapsed, the Usos took the fight from Aiden English and Rusev, and Lana found herself on the receiver side again from the rear view.
The baby faces stood up to close the segment.
There was really no better way to match the six-person tag match To build Naomi's team meeting next week? and the Usos against Lana, Rusev and English?
A dance-off? In 2018?
It was a waste of a segment that generated nothing more or less enthusiasm for the Money in the Bank game. The worst part was that it was dating back to a time when women who could not wrestle made up for it in such segments.
Although it plays for the characters involved, it was unnecessary and a waste of all involved.
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New Day has recently been trying to continue its winning streak and prevail in a massive six-man tag team match against The Miz, Sheamus and Cesaro.
Kofi Kingston was on the receiving end of a three-on-one strike as the heels separated him from his partners and took them out to prevent a hot label. At some point, the heels on Big E, which made the Babyface to a disadvantage.
Kingston made Xavier Woods the hot-day that exploded into the match. After an exchange with Cesaro, he made the label Big E, which entered with endless energy.
Subduing the Bar at the Ring with Woods and Kingston, Big E delivered the big end to The Miz and scored the win.
The New Day defeated The Miz and The Bar
Any combination of the talent involved is guaranteed guaranteed. None of the six men currently involved in a tag team setting have bad matches. Or in individual settings. They are workhorses for WWE and are among the most reliable performers on the roster.
Big E has been spotlighted, and if I did not know better, it might be as if it's the talented big man's turn Someday soon.
Miz eating the needle could be a good thing. In general, the guys who win money in the bank briefcases are a bit of a bad luck before the game, a distraction of the kind to guess the fans.
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Credit: WWE.com  SmackDown Women's Champion Carmella joined the commentary team, and Sonya Deville attacked Asuka before she could make it into the ring for her match with Mandy Rose.
Despite the attack before the match, the wild Asuka took up her fight against her opponent.
Rose controlled the entire commercial, but Asuka returned exactly as planned.
A counterpart to a pin attempt led to the Asuka Lock and a tapout win for The Empress of Tomorrow.
After the match, Carmella came face to face with Asuka before raising the title high above her head.
Asuka defeats Mandy Rose
Corey Graves, who tirelessly gives his support to Mandy Rose, creates a hilarious television as he supported Eva Marie in NXT.
However, this was a one-dimensional match that did not really strengthen Asuka or Rosy's increased credibility. It was a game that existed, and the staring between Asuka and Carmella was more embarrassing than attacking.
Not exactly the intention.
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Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe started the game a proverbial house of fire. They teamed to stomp Cass in the corner and avenge the attack that left them at the top of the show.
The alliance was short-lived when Joe turned on Bryan, only to later, when the beloved Babyface made a suicide dive, in which both heels were put to flight.
The fight continued and Cass gained control of the last night break.
Joe fought back and unloaded with a series of chops Cass interrupted him and kept Bryan and Joe in check
Bryan came back into the game and hacked his bigger opponents with a series of punches. He joined Cass with a rocket launcher and put out the much bigger opponent before he flipped up and involved the audience in YES!
The running knee flattened Cass, but Joe grabbed Bryan in the Coquina clutch. Bryan tried to fight, but faded and left the referee with no choice but to call the bell.
The Samoan Submission Machine was proud of itself after the win, while Cass waited in the wings like a willing lion. Smoking, he put Bryan out with a big boot and stood up to close the show.
Samoa Joe def. Daniel Bryan and Big Cass
Joe, who was going over, was the right reputation given the momentum with which he came to SmackDown and how much of it he lost with this miserable presentation against Roman Reigns in a boring match at Backlash.
With that said, Bryan looked off the real star, especially late when he broke out with a wave of insults that fans believed he was on his way to a Money in the Bank appearance.
Cass stood tall after another surprise attack and matched his character beautifully, making it difficult to invest in him and his white-bread persona.